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Adding Your Custom Template

In case of a pre-designed page that you wish to add to the funnel and not continue using our offered template, you can do it. All you need to do is import the one you want.

Let's see how we can do it:

Step 1: Edit the Step

Click on the pencil icon next to the thank you page.

Step 2: Build from Scratch

Here, you'll be shown a list of templates to choose from. WooFunnels Funnel Builder deeply integrates with Elementor, Divi, Gutenberg, and Oxygen.

Choose Start from scratch from these options.

Start from scratch

Step 3: Begin Editing

Click on the Edit button to open the Elementor blank page for you to work on.

Begin Editing

Step 4: Open the Folder

On the page, you will see an icon of the folder. Click on it to open the importing options.

Open the Folder

Step 5: Go to My Templates

Once the screen opens, click on the My Templates tab from the top.

Go to My Templates

Here you'd find a list of all the templates you already have added to your folder. If you don't have the template you want, you can import one right now.

Step 6: Import a Template

Click on the import icon on the top of the page, to add the template you want to the funnel.

Import a Template

Important: Before you add any template, make sure that the JSON file is saved locally on the system you're working from.

Step 7: Select the File

You can drag-drop, or select the file you wish to import to the funnel.

Step 8: Insert the Template

After you've imported the template to the My Template list, click on insert to open it on the Elementor page editor.

And that's it, you're done!

Now customize your page and click on Update to save any of the changes made.

Congratulations! You've successfully imported your own template to the funnel.

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